Who says March 31st can’t be Halloween if we want it to be? The world is a little upside-down right now anyway!
Here’s a craft/activity where most of the effort must be made by the kids! (No neighbors here, they’re all mine!)
I told them the night before that we would be having Halloween the following evening, March 31st, and it was up to them to get a costume ready. When the time came, I just walked between the front door and the back door with an old box of miniature candy canes. The kids had to run all the way around the house and knock on the door or ring the bell. I would open the door as they said, “Trick or Treat!” Then they would take one piece and race for the other door, trying to beat me to it! They wore kind of rag-tag costumes, but who cares? Besides, that’s not unusual for us, even on Halloween. 😂
I got rid of some old Christmas candy (plus a small craft item I found), and they stayed busy making memories for an evening (one day at a time, right?) Win-win for me!
Try it yourself if it sounds like something that would work for you. Let me know how it goes!